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Documentation to File Your 2022 Federal Tax Return

Date: February 10, 2023

Per Diem Statements

Now that we are past the January 31, 2023, deadline by which documents necessary to file annual U.S. Federal Tax Returns are required, we remind you that per diem reports are available via My Info on the Flying Together Website.  Contact the Payroll Care Center if you are unable to access your personalized Per Diem report thru Help Hub.

Medical Tax Form 1095

Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) US law requires us to be adequately insured during the year. Form 1095 Medical Tax form is required to complete and file your taxes, as the form provides proof that you had medical coverage. Failure to carry medical coverage may result in tax penalties.

You will receive Form 1095 if, for at least one day in the last calendar year, you can be categorized as any of the following:

  •         A full-time employee of an employer with more than 50 full-time employees
  •         A part-time employee who was enrolled in medical coverage
  •         An individual with COBRA coverage
  •         A retiree or dependent of a retiree under the age of 65 who was enrolled in medical coverage

This form should have arrived by mail, in their own envelope, separate from other tax forms.  You are able to direct the company to provide the Form 1095 electronically via the following link on the company’s website:

Flying Together > Employee Services > Health & Insurance (YBR).  Once on the YVR site, in the search box in the upper right-hand corner of the landing page enter:  1095C.

Once you have accessed this area, click on Choose Electronic Notification for immediate access to your Form 1095, located in the navy box in the center at the bottom of the Medical Tax Form 1095.

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